The 1998 Aquinas Lecture, Science, Religion and Authority: Lessons from the Galileo Affair, was delivered in the Todd Wehr Chemistry Building on Sunday, February 22,1998, by Richard J. Blackwell, Professor of Philosophy at Saint Louis University.
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